Marshon Lattimore took a page out of Ezekiel Elliott's celebration book Thursday night in AT&T Stadium.
Lattimore, a second-year cornerback for the New Orleans Saints, recovered a fumble from Dallas Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper in Dallas territory during the second quarter of the Saints-Cowboys game in Arlington, Texas.
Rather than perform the Saints' usual team photo turnover celebration, Lattimore instead ran to the big red kettle the Salvation Army has on the sidelines of Cowboys games, pulled $23, the same as his jersey number, out of his knee pad and tossed it in with his teammates watching.
The celebration is a direct callback to Elliott's touchdown celebration last week against the Washington Redskins when he threw $21 into the kettle.
Despite the big play, the Saints were unable to capitalize on the turnover and score on their next offensive drive. The Saints' 10-game winning streak was later snapped by the Cowboys, 13-10.
ARLINGTON, Texas — The music that blared in the New Orleans Saints' locker room after the past 10 games went silent Thursday night.